High Schools in Abilene, TX

Map of Abilene, TX with School District Boundaries

School Type Students Student to Teacher Ratio Free or Reduced Lunch School District
A Habitat For Learning Private 39 10.0
Abilene Behavioral Health Public 22 11.0 32%
Abilene High School Public 2,015 15.2 58%
Academy For Technology Engineering Math & Science Public 369 17.6 44%
Adult Learning Center Public
Cooper High School Public 1,793 13.5 53%
Early Education Services Public
Holland Medical High School Public
Jefferson Opportunity Center Public 9 0.8 67%
Juvenile Detention Center Public 10 2.7 90%
Premier High School Of Abilene Public 168 17.7 55%
Sam Houston Public 33 3.1 85%
Taylor County Learning Center Public 6 100%
Woodson Center For Excellence Public 130 6.9 77%
Wylie High School Public 1,055 15.2 8%
Wylie J H Public 657 15.4 13%

Listed below are all public and private high schools located in Abilene, Texas. Click on the public or private school to view that specific high school's details

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Number of Schools

Number of Schools in Nearby Cities

Number of Schools
Abilene 16
Clyde 3
Merkel 2
Baird 1
Hawley 1
Tuscola 1

Number of Schools in Abilene Compared Statewide

Abilene has 16 school(s)

Number of Schools
46.96
Abilene 12.64
7.96
6.2
5
4.28
3.52
3
2.96
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1.28
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Student Enrollment

Student Enrollment in Nearby Cities

Student Enrollment in Nearby Cities
Abilene 6300
Clyde 570
Merkel 469
Tuscola 335
Hawley 217
Baird 91

Number of Students in Abilene Compared Statewide

Abilene has 6300 students(s)

Number of Schools
35441.08
9880.16
Abilene 5969.28
4384.6
3394.44
2722.2
2311.92
1894.24
1558.68
1264.4
1043.12
895.92
739.92
636.36
570
512.48
473.12
440.96
399.4
369.32
340.92
312.68
294.68
278.76
260.4
242.68
227.2
214.84
205.72
193.48
181.08
168.68
159
151.12
138
120.96
104
74.36

Student Teacher Ratio

Student Teacher Ratio in Nearby Cities

Student Teacher Ratio in Nearby Cities
Baird 7
Hawley 8
Tuscola 8.8
Clyde 9.8
Merkel 9.8
Abilene 13.8

Student Teacher Ratio in Abilene Compared Statewide

Abilene has a 13.8 student teacher ratio

Student Teacher Ratio in Abilene Compared Statewide
5.916
7.196
7.692
8.06
8.316
8.432
8.728
8.996
9.152
9.336
9.536
9.736
9.964
10.156
10.348
10.58
10.82
10.976
11.164
11.404
11.624
11.908
12.104
12.348
12.572
12.896
13.18
13.384
13.648
Abilene 13.912
14.184
14.448
14.716
14.992
15.392
15.784
16.128
16.684
17.684

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Nearby Cities

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Nearby Cities
Tuscola 0.1731
Hawley 0.3548
Clyde 0.4053
Abilene 0.4275
Merkel 0.5373
Baird 0.6264

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Abilene Compared Statewide

Abilene has a 42.8% Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage

Free and Reduced Lunch Percentage in Abilene Compared Statewide
0.006624
0.105772
0.18738
0.228592
0.257704
0.263372
0.28646
0.307
0.330948
0.3558
0.37672
0.390632
0.404808
0.4186
Abilene 0.431548
0.445784
0.457672
0.468576
0.48178
0.492864
0.503072
0.514664
0.529976
0.545312
0.557056
0.56992
0.585584
0.60194
0.618648
0.638624
0.654964
0.670928
0.694424
0.718936
0.743616
0.778436
0.812188
0.852004
0.910448

Other Nearby Cities

City Students Distance
Abilene, TX 6,300 0 miles
Hawley, TX 217 10 miles
Clyde, TX 570 15 miles
Merkel, TX 469 15 miles
Tuscola, TX 335 15 miles
Baird, TX 91 20 miles
High Schools Elementary Schools

Data on U.S. Public High Schools & Private High Schools

Data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics. The data displayed is compiled from the most recent sources available. For public schools this is the 2015-2016 school year. For private schools this is the 2015-2016 school year.

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